Synopses & Reviews
Form an LLC in your state quickly and easily!
Limited liability companies provide the most flexible way of doing business. With an LLC, you get both the informality and tax benefits of a partnership, plus the personal protection from business debts provided to corporations.
Form Your Own Limited Liability Company provides you with the step-by-step instructions and forms you need to form an LLC in your state, without the expense of hiring a lawyer. Learn how to:
-choose a name for your LLC
-prepare and file articles of organization
-decide on the best management structure
-create an operating agreement
-take care of ongoing legal and tax paperwork
The 7th edition has been carefully revised and updated to reflect the latest federal regulations, as well as the most current laws of all 50 states. Plus, all the forms you need are included.
“Entrepreneurs can take advantage of the unique tax and legal benefits of the LLC for less than the cost of 10 minutes of their own lawyers time.” Money Maker's Monthly
“In typical straightforward Nolo fashion, this book explains everything from choosing a name to maintaining the LLCs legal and tax status.” Orange County Register
About the Author
Anthony Mancuso is a corporations and limited liability company expert. He graduated from Hastings College of Law in San Francisco, is a member of the California State Bar, writes books and software in the fields of corporate and LLC law, and studies advanced business taxation at Golden Gate University in San Francisco. He has also been a consultant for Silicon Valley EDA (Electronic Design Automation) companies, most recently working on a C++ open-source integrated circuit database project team. He is the author of several Nolo books on forming and operating corporations (both profit and nonprofit) and limited liability companies. His titles include Incorporate Your Business, How to Form a Nonprofit Corporation (national and California editions), Form Your Own Limited Liability Company, The Corporate Records Handbook, and LLC or Corporation? His books have shown over a quarter of a million businesses and organizations how to form a corporation or LLC